Really Great Book

I really cannot recommend this book enough. It is bound in signatures, parses the most difficult words, in addition to giving a quick definition of all words occurring fewer than 30 times in the NT, has non-italic Greek font (large!), has footnotes that are easy to find (contrary to the first edition) because they are listed in a footnote fashion rather than paragraph format, lists parallels in the Gospels at the beginning of each pericope, and has a handy dictionary in the back for all words that occur 30 times or more. If you want the easiest way to improve your Greek, while learning vocab in context, this is the book for you. You can even read the Greek NT as your devotions.



  1. Joe Holland said,

    December 19, 2007 at 2:44 pm

    If you had to compare it to the Kubo Greek-English Lexicon, which would you recommend?

  2. greenbaggins said,

    December 19, 2007 at 2:57 pm

    I would recommend the Greek Bible, primarily because it takes considerably less effort to manage just one book than it does to manage two. This is a huge factor when one is considering whether one will actually follow through on reading such materials.

  3. Steven Carr said,

    December 19, 2007 at 3:02 pm

    Do you have my address or do you need it, so you can buy me a copy and mail it to me?


  4. January 9, 2008 at 9:28 pm

    […] such a beast existed before then.  Ironically, once I found out about this edition, Lane Keister blogged about a new edition produced by the Bible […]

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